January 10, 2020 / By: Dustin Rennie

Canada Population Highlights

Personal Interest, Canadian Cities, Investors, Immigration, Alberta, Real Estate, Edmonton, Calgary

In 2019, Canada was the fastest growing country in the G7, with a recorded population growth rate of 1.4%. This was double the per-capita growth of the United States and the UK. Canada also posted over 4x the growth of France & Germany. If this trend continues, Canada could top the United States in Economic Growth this year as immigration being the driving force.

2019 Alberta Population Growth Details

October 28, 2019 / By: Dustin Rennie

2019 Alberta Population Growth

Personal Interest, Alberta, Canadian Cities, Calgary, Edmonton, Real Estate, Investors, Immigration

Alberta, Canada has experienced upward population growth over the course of 2018 and 2019. The following is a look at the 2019 Alberta population growth trends and where Alberta stands in comparison to other Canadian provinces.

Alberta Real Estate Trends & Stats Details

June 17, 2019 / By: Dustin Rennie

Alberta Real Estate Trends & Stats

Real estate trends and statistics are an important measure of the current health and state of the real estate market. Alberta as a province has seen years of recession, which has altered real estate values and the number of transactions taking place.

Calgary’s Top Neighbourhoods in 2018 Details

June 13, 2018 / By: Dustin Rennie

Calgary’s Top Neighbourhoods in 2018

Real estate experts in Calgary say that the east and the northeastern regions show good promise. The areas that have long been desired to live are lagging a bit behind in price momentum. What are the top Calgary neighborhoods to put in your money?

Edmonton’s Top Neighborhoods in 2018 Details

June 8, 2018 / By: Dustin Rennie

Edmonton’s Top Neighborhoods in 2018

Canadian Cities, Edmonton Apartments, Edmonton, Edmonton For Rent, Alberta, Real Estate

The average home value is $414,000 with a maximum average price of $831K and a minimum average price of $250K seen in the last year. 86% of the homes in Edmonton are below $500K. Which are the top neighbourhoods to put your money in?

Edmonton ICE District Leads Downtown Revival Details

June 4, 2018 / By: Dustin Rennie

Edmonton ICE District Leads Downtown Revival

Canadian Cities, Edmonton Apartments, Edmonton, Edmonton For Rent, ICE District, Real Estate, Alberta

There is a revival going on in downtown Edmonton and the ICE district is in the middle of it all. The two office tower being built (Stantec Tower & JW Marriott) as part of the project has seen 90% occupancy. The towers are a mixed-use development which is hoped to breathe fresh life into downtown Edmonton.

Most Popular Communities To Live In Calgary Details

May 18, 2018 / By: Dustin Rennie

Most Popular Communities To Live In Calgary

If you're looking for a postcard-perfect place to live, work or play in Alberta, look no further than Calgary. Here are some of the 7 most popular neighbourhoods worth renting in Calgary.

Is Calgary bicycle-friendly? Cycle Track Review Details

September 10, 2015 / By: Sanokaji Karkee

Is Calgary bicycle-friendly? Cycle Track Review

Canadian Cities, Calgary, Tenant Tips, Investors, Transportation, Alberta

Calgary has the vision to become one of the premier cycling cities in North America and is looking to make changes that will encourage more people to cycle in Calgary. The City has allocated 1.1% of its transportation budget exclusively to the cycling strategy.

Trading Places: Are the political landscapes in Alberta and BC shifting? A review of Western Canadian Politics in 2015 Details

August 4, 2015 / By: Graham Coe

Trading Places: Are the political landscapes in Alberta and BC shifting? A review of Western Canadian Politics in 2015

Canadian Cities, Personal Interest, Alberta, British Columbia

Known for its highly debated oil and gas industry, pro-business tax environment, and traditional values, the province of Alberta has long been considered the heart of Conservativism in Canada. In contrast, the province of British Columbia, recognized by its commitment to corporate social responsibility, strong union presence, and progressive social agenda, has always boasted a much more liberal reputation. 2015 has proved to be an interesting year in both provinces, and in many ways, it looks like the political landscape is shifting quickly in both provinces.

Edmonton Arena District: The Future of Downtown Edmonton Details

June 18, 2015 / By: Graham Coe

Edmonton Arena District: The Future of Downtown Edmonton

ICE District, Canadian Cities, Edmonton, Investors, Real Estate, Alberta, Edmonton Apartments, Edmonton For Rent

Downtown Edmonton is booming, as the $2.5-billion mega-development dubbed the Edmonton ICE District. Phase 1 of the project, which includes the new arena is expected to be completed by fall 2016.

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